“SPRM telah mendapat izin daripada Peguam Negara bagi menuduh Datuk Dr Nasharudin Mat Isa esok, jam 9 pagi di Mahkamah Sesyen Shah Alam,” kata suruhanjaya itu dalam satu kenyataan akhbar.
SPRM juga mengesahkan Nasharudin ditahan pada jam 2 petang tadi di Ibu Pejabat SPRM di Putrajaya selepas beliau hadir untuk melengkapkan proses siasatan akhir.
“Beliau kemudiannya dilepaskan dengan jaminan SPRM.
“Kesemua maklumat berkaitan kes ini akan dimaklumkan esok selepas pertuduhan dibacakan,” kata kenyataan itu. - mk
Silap2 kes Nasa Mat Isa bakal jadi teori domino
buat lebai² PAS yg terkait isu 90j...
Inilah muka spy dan talibarut umno dalam pas. Inilah muka yang menyebabkan pas hilang kesempatan jadi kerajaan. Inilah muka yang menjahanamkan PR. Inilah muka yang menjahanamkan legasi Tok Guru Nik Aziz. Inilah muka yang meracun pas dengan duit2 rasuah umno. Dan akhirnya...inilah muka yang bakal pupuskan pas selama2nya!
Nasha adalah generasi pertama usaha berpakat dalam gelap dengan umno. Nik Abduh generasi kedua setelah usaha umno melalui nasha menemui jalan buntu. Dua-duanya menerima imbuhan dari Umno untuk menjayakan usaha ini. Menipu ahli dan menjadi talibarut Umno sekian lama. Cuma akhir-akhir ini usaha tali barut ini mula membuahkan hasil apabila ahli-ahli parti ana mula redha dengan penipuan barua Umno... - ana tau
Dulu bangga sangat kononnya Pas itu zero korupsi - walaun la duk promosi. La nie awat tak mau promosi berita ni pulak? Aku yakin tidak akan ada pemimpin dan walaun Pas akan hadir bagi sokongan moral di mahkamah esok. Dan anak Mat Isa ni (bukan adik beradik aku ya) mungkin tidak akan diperakui lagi sebagai ahli Pas.
Itu style Pas Hj Hadi.. 😁😁 - f/bk
Mana jerung2 lain pergi...
Tahniah SPRM episod yg paling ditunggu tentang dana rm 90 juta.adakah benar atau tak. klu benar nanti terbukti minta parti pas diharamkan.kerana mereka menghalalkan pembohongan.mereka lbh byk berbohong demi utk melindungi parti mereka tapi mengunakan pelindungan hukum2 agama utk menghalalkan apa saja yg dibuat PAS - Shazli Abd Kadir
Apa cerita ada 3 ekor lagi kawaq pas terima duit 1 juta di Teragganu- minta sprm siasat betul ke tidak baru puas hati.- pas nak buang habis lebai dunia ni. - Abuya Abuya
Hadi bawang dah tak berani nak terus Kan saman serawak report. Pasal cerita 90 jota ni dia dah tak boleh lagi sembunyi Kan. Terpaksa settle 5 jota ngan minah clare brown Dari pada terima malu besar kalau kalau kalah Dalam kes ini - Don Ken
Ahli ahli PAS semo macam burung ostrich tanam kepala dalam pasir… denial syndrome… biarlah pemimpin2 PAS rasuah, asalkan buat penafian. - Hardy Hartono
Better PAS on the rest of the cash to UMNO as quick as you can - at long last MACC are on the move - there will hopefully be many sleepless nights ahead for these pious hypocrites. - BagusCurryPuff
So called Malay dignity, one by one, they float above the water for all to see, even the ones preaching Islam! What an insult! And those Malay politicians from both sides of the divide, left and right, gathered shamelessly to demand and threaten the rest of the minorities...God knows what?....Only to fool and trap the blind supporters of their same kind who were intoxicated for decades and reduced to the present state of mentality, with ever increasing majority, looks like those who 'claimed' the land belongs to them are the ones destroying it, while the 'pendatangs' are sweating out to save and restore it! - Otak-otak
The Hishammuddin Poser:
How Real Was It?...
In the modern, Internet-driven world of everything, a discussion about a certain popular subject is referred to by the spooks and the spies as “chatter”. A spike in such a discussion is interpreted to mean that something significant is happening behind the scene. So lately in the ever-noisy Malaysia political arena, the chatter is centred around the so-called attempt to break up the Pakatan Harapan (PH).
It may not be an unfamiliar chatter at all. Breaking up PH has always been the objective of the Barisan Nasional (BN). But in the run-up to the 2018 General Elections (GE), the BN was so weak that it not only failed to break up the PH but went on to lose to it. The BN was further weakened when several of its top leaders, led by the former Prime Minister, Mohd Najib Abdul Razak, were charged with corruption. Others include the former Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who is now Umno President, and Najib’s right hand men, Datuk Seri Panglima Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim and Tan Sri Mohd Isa Abdul Samad.
Since then, however, with the PH seen as losing popularity and the people are becoming disinterested in the lengthy Najib’s trial, some elements in Umno have broken rank and are promoting their own brand of Malay-Muslim agenda. Najib’s prolonged trial could turn to become a liability to the PH government. Even senior journalists are asking if Najib is guilty of those hideous crimes that he was charged with, why does it take so long to prove his guilt?
It may sound like an uninformed question, but they may be right. Look at the hero treatment Najib is getting from the “bossku” crowd. The court of public opinion could be turning to his favour. The softening of attitude towards Najib and his cohorts – partly because of the slow progress of their criminal trials – is emboldening some Umno leaders. They may not necessarily be on Najib’s or Ahmad Zahid’s side. On the contrary, they want to take Umno away from these tainted people.
In the absence of a clear stewardship and with the current Umno leadership line-up being seen as throwback of the Najib's era, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein, has emerged as a de facto leader. It appears that his words are being taken more seriously by Umno members and the public than those of Najib and Ahmad Zahid.
For a while, the party’s deputy president, Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan, was seen as a ray of hope when he was acting as president. Not far behind was the Rembau MP, Khairy Jamaluddin. But when Ahmad Zahid came back to run the party, Mohamad appeared to have lost his shine and the hope for change diminished.
Thus, the rise of Hishammuddin and, to a lesser degree, Khairy is a very exciting development. Personally, I believe these two moderate Malays could be the answer to Umno’s leadership conundrum. Bringing Umno back to its original moderate stance is the key to its survival. In the current form, it is in danger of being overwhelmed by its ummah collaborator, PAS.
During Najib’s final years, in order to counter the 1MDB and other corruption scandals, he resorted to hiding behind the Malay supremacy and survival slogan. After the May 9, 2018 defeat and the handing over of leadership to Ahmad Zahid, Umno donned the Islamic cloak in order to entice PAS. This had culminated in the Unity of the Ummah Assembly in Kuala Lumpur last month.
But not everyone in Umno is comfortable with the “rojok” (reconciliation) with PAS. They know that PAS will sooner or later take over the household. PAS operates on religious zeal and Umno on cash. And cash is short for Umno right now. People like Hishammuddin, whose late father, Tun Hussein Onn was among the founders of Umno, and Khairy are out of place in this Umno-PAS ummah movement.
As for the Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, he meets whoever that wants to meet him. So, what is so terribly surprising if he meets Umno and PAS leaders? He is the Prime Minister for all! If he can work with his worse political adversaries to topple the BN, why can’t he meet Hishammuddin or Khairy?
But the story becomes a bit more sensational when the Najib’s era Minister of Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism, Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin, came into the picture. Hamzah was an important member of Umno and became entangled in the 1998 sacking of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim from the government and Umno.
Earlier this year, he joined Dr Mahathir’s Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) and was one of the key players in the recent Malay Dignity Congress (Kongres Maruah Melayu), which was purportedly organised by four public universities. So, when Hishammuddin’s name was linked to Hamzah and the congress, it gave birth to the theory that the two are working to bring Umno closer to Dr Mahathir, and this is then linked to the PH succession plan.
But I think people like Hishammuddin and Khairy are more important to the survival of Umno than to the PH succession plan. Left to current leadership, Umno will be fighting an uphill battle to stay alive. Whereas the PH succession plan is a done deal in as far as the transfer of power from Dr Mahathir to Anwar.
But still we have to accept that fate is not always in our hands and the democratic process is never straight forward. Remember, had a certain monarch had his way, Dr Mahathir would not have become the PH Prime Minister. So don't get too uptight. Sit back, relax and keep your heart beat steady.- a.kadir jasin
Ini mentaliti org kita dok cerita halal haram
tapi makan rasuh siang malam...
Komik ni cam mana pula...
These are highly and well educated Malaysians.
The difference is the right mental attitudes...